FleetPlow™ 770B: Base-mount snow removal system with Powered Height Adjustment clears 24” of snow from buses, vans and motor coaches.

FleetPlow’s 770B bus snow removal system is a Heavy-Duty snow scraper that’s bolted to the ground permanently. Concrete footers and electrical runs must be constructed on-site at additional cost. Designed for larger bus and transit fleets and harsher winter conditions, the 770B can remove 24 inches of heavy, wet snow off rooftops in less than 30 seconds, up to 60 vehicles per hour.

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FleetPlow™ 770B from Scraper Systems

  • Base-Mount scraper system with permanent mounting on concrete footers
  • Continuous adjustable height control to accommodate van and bus heights from 7′-2″ to 14′-0″
  • Heavy-Duty chassis with 14′-8″ wide drive-through
  • Industrial chain hoist (1/2 ton)
  • Powered by 110V/15A electric using inground electrical runs, extension cord or inverter generator (option)
  • Deep-V Plow blade assembly with combination of 10″ and 14″ brushes and 30″ neoprene wipers
  • Removes snow from rounded and irregularly shaped vehicles; passes safely over hatches, lights and uneven surfaces

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Powered Height Adjustment: Assure safe clearing of snow

Automate the clearing of snow from your bus or transit fleet without putting employees at risk. Our Model 770B snow removal system for buses features a handheld, up-down, push-button pendant control that lets the driver, or an attendant, lower the plow to the correct position over the roof of the vehicle. The driver then proceeds forward and clears the snow. When finished, the driver or attendant raises the plow with the pendant control for the next vehicle.

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Contact Scraper Systems for more information by calling 888-340-4344, emailing info@ScraperSystems.com, or Request A Quote.

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